Commercial Projects

  • Bald Peak Colony Club Renovation December 13, 2012

    Bald Peak Colony Club has been a prominent world-class golfing destination since the early 1900s.  The club members turned to New Hampshire architects, Samyn-D’Elia Architects to design the expansion of the outdoor terrace area as well as renovations to the interior, further enhancing the amenities of the clubhouse.  Read more..

  • Church Landing Expansion November 7, 2012

    The New Hampshire Architect firm of Samyn-D’Elia Architects designed the expansion of the Church Landing  in Meredith, NH.  Their design celebrates the traditional exterior details of a NH lake hotel while incorporating luxury appointments inside along with the unseen elements of energy efficient building design.  Samyn-D’Elia Architects headed up the design and CCI Construction is the general contractor.   Read More..

  • The Carriage House at Church Landing February 19, 2011

    Church Landing, in the Lakes Region of  NH,  has long been known for it’s superior hospitality  facilities and service. The addition of new meeting  space drew the attention of the New Hampshire  Business Review’s (NHBR) Meetings and Convention Planner for 2011. Samyn-D’Elia Architects’ design renovated a carport into the new conference room, now known as the “Carriage House”.  Conference attendees will enjoy the spacious meeting area along with all the restaurant and resort amenities offered by Church Landing. The resort has earned the title of the nation’s third “Most Romantic Hotel”.  Read More

  • Flying Monkey Theater December 29, 2010

    Dating back to the days of vaudeville, this building was in serious need of renovation.  The renovation, however, had to be completed within an exacting budget.  Working closely with the client, Samyn-D’Elia Architects provided a cost effective design that included energy efficient solutions for the theater, dining area and restaurant facilities that was awarded a 2011 Plan NH award.

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  • Renovation of Ashland Historic School Building in Ashland, NH December 29, 2010

    Built in 1878, the building served as a school for the town for over 100 years.  In 1991, the building was closed and remained vacant, until in 2009, when New Hampshire’s Tri-County Community Action Program contacted Samyn-D’Elia Architects to embark on a bold plan to bring the building into the 21st century while keeping the historic details.  It is now being used for office space and Head Start.  Read More..

  • Alpine Clinic in Franconia, NH August 29, 2010

    The recipient of three design awards, the Alpine Clinic is a classic example of the marriage of sustainable and energy efficient design and strong aesthetic appeal.  Read More…

  • Interlakes Medical Center in Meredith, New Hampshire May 29, 2010

    Samyn-D’Elia Architects are proud to be part of the team that included The Stabile Companies in making the Interlakes Medical Center in Meredith, NH a reality for the community.  Read More…

  • Renovation and Adaptive Reuse of Historic Gristmill January 17, 2010

    In 1977, NH Architect, Tom Samyn of Samyn-D’Elia Architects, bought the historic Gristmill in Ashland, NH.   Builder News magazine featured The Gristmill in Ashland, NH in the article History Lesson as an example of an historic building that was renovated for adaptive reuse as mixed and multifamily purposes.  Read More..





  • New Bank Branch in Wolfeboro, NH August 29, 2009

    Meredith Village Savings Bank asked Samyn-D’Elia Architects to design a new branch office to be located in Wolfeboro, NH.  This building was not to be the typical branch office.  The bank wanted it to follow green building design features and construction processes.  Read More…

  • Airport Diner April 10, 2006

    New Hampshire Architect, Ward D’Elia worked with the Owner, Alex Ray to design a restaurant that, although part of a hotel, retains its unique character, stands out on a busy road and welcomes diners simply through the design.

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  • Common Man Restaurant in Concord, NH April 11, 2000

    The New Hampshire Architectural firm of Samyn-D’Elia Architects worked with the Owner to design this two-story, 7,000 SF restaurant.  The goal was to design a modern restaurant and special event facility that appeared to be a turn-of-the-century home.

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